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Hearing

A court proceeding that determines a stated issue. For example, a hearing may be held to determine whether or not certain evidence is admissible in a lawsuit.

hearing

A legal proceeding conducted by an administrative agency in order to take testimony and arguments for or against a proposed action. Parties may have attorneys present but are not required to do so.Unlike the court system,most agencies permit corporations to appear through an officer or majority shareholder,without requiring an attorney.

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Developed through extensive research and using state-of-the-art manufacturing processes, the HiFocus Mid-Scala electrode has been designed for optimal mid-scala placement in the cochlea to protect its delicate structures and preserve residual hearing.
A cochlear implant is not an option for Sofie, at least for now, because her hearing aids provide her with a big boost and a cochlear implant would destroy her residual hearing.
The association emphasizes the use of technology, speech, speech-reading, residual hearing, and written and spoken language.
We concluded that an innovative interdisciplinary approach was needed to promote residents' well-being and optimum function in terms of their residual hearing.
Also, as study results indicate, persons who are hard of hearing often will try to "get by" by using whatever residual hearing they have, rather than indicate that they need help.
PFP generates helpful vocational information on the information you would need about a person to develop a good job match: preferences, dislikes, social conditions, hours preferred, residual hearing, vision, transportation, support needs, proximity to home, motor capabilities, communication, aids/prosthetics used.
Regardless of the categories of dual sensory impairments, approximately 94% of these children have either residual hearing or residual sight (Fredericks & Baldwin, 1987; Ouellette, 1984).
Specifically, totally deaf children with no residual hearing may be "shaped" in making sounds they never heard, Oller told SCIENCE NEWS, just as the female cowbird shapes the male in singing songs it has never heard.
Most people with deafblindness have some residual hearing and/or sight and a wide range of forms of deafblindness exist.